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Neighborhood Citizens Against I-95 Noise to Host Info Session

Neighborhood Citizens Against I-95 Noise, a newly formed bi-partisan group, is holding a public forum on Tuesday, Oct 19 at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center, where they will share the results of a certified Noise Study. Doors open at 6:30pm and the program starts promptly at 7:00pm. The Eastern Greenwich Civic Center is located at 90 Harding Road in Old Greenwich. The group is comprised of concerned residents from Byram, Cos Cob, Riverside, and Old Greenwich who have come together to actively engage with Town and State officials on the topic noise issues associated with Connecticut’s highways. They want to engage Connecticut’s Dept of Transportation to use noise remediation whenever it undertakes significant highway rehabilitation projects. Continue Reading →

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As Port Chester Super-Sizes, Traffic Safety Issues Come to a Head in Byram

Byram residents say traffic and dangerous driving threaten their neighborhood safety and quality of life.
Across the river in Port Chester, where Main Street is being redeveloped with multi-story buildings, residents will funnel through Byram to reach I-95 exit 2. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Tree Conservancy Urges DOT to Work with Town on Tree Removal and Re-Planting Plan

“Greenwich is the Gateway to Connecticut. CTDOT has a responsibility to do no further harm, to mitigate the damage that has been done, and to work with the Town of Greenwich and other community stakeholders.” – JoAnn Messina and Francia Alvarez Continue Reading →

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LETTER: Noise Levels Generated by I-95 Traffic Make Our Windows Rattle

“This is to advise you that the decibel noise levels both during the day and at night far exceed the EPA’s Noise Control Act of 1972 and the Quiet Communities Act of 1978, both of which remain in full effect.” – Louis Van Leeuwen, Riverside Continue Reading →

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OPEN LETTER to DOT Project Manager: Noise pollution leads to hearing loss, heart disease, high blood pressure, low birth rates, elevated levels of stress, interrupted sleep, and more.

“Over the past three years, DOT maintenance choices have degraded the quality of life in Riverside. Our residential neighborhood is noisier, the air is less clean, and the loss of trees, with no plan to replant has contributed to the predicted next public health crisis, NOISE POLLUTION!” – Tammi Montier, Riverside Continue Reading →

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Open Letter to DOT I-95 Project Manager: “dismayed that the scope of work “

“Taking a forward-looking approach to the project would have the added benefit of allowing the State to evaluate proven, cutting-edge technologies such as Quiet Pavement Design. Now that current projects are being scrutinized through an environmental lens, this low-cost redesign for the Mianus River Bridge would be a terrific model showcase for Connecticut and the nation.” – Susan Foster, Riverside Continue Reading →

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